The Irish Times - Friday - The Ticket - - MUSIC REVIEWS - Lau­rence Mackin

YOUNG HEARTS RUN FREE No Idle Day No Idle Day is the lat­est it­er­a­tion from Young Hearts Run Free, who or­gan­ise the kind of shows that money can’t buy . This time it’s a small fes­ti­val in some of Dublin’s most cu­ri­ous and charm­ing spa­ces. Film-maker Pat Collins will be talk­ing about his work at 7.30pm tonight along with a screen­ing of his short films in the NCH. Then the likes of Bill Drum­mond, Donal Di­neen, Jim Car­roll, Siob­han Kane, John Os­borne and oth­ers will dis­cuss their favourite records. There’s also a late-night party at a se­cret lo­ca­tion.

To­mor­row there’ll be a mu­si­cal walk­ing tour with sur­prise guests, while Bill Drum­mond, au­thor Colin Bar­rett and singer Ni­amh McCor­mack will be tak­ing over Marsh’s Li­brary, fol­lowed by an evening mu­sic-and-talk­ing ses­sion in City Assem­bly House with Johnny Ro­gan, Sylvie Sim­mons, Spook of the Thir­teenth Lock (above) and Adrian Crow­ley. Sun­day is Heaven in the Af­ter­noon with Foil, Arms and Hog, Nialler9, Barry McCor­mack, James Byrne and more sur­prise guests, with food by Aoife McEl­wain in Bello Bar. Tick­ets are ¤60 for the week­end, with pro­ceeds go­ing to the Si­mon Com­mu­nity. See young­heart­srun­free.ie for de­tails.

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